When you wake up to the smell of vinegar and hard-boiled eggs, you know it's time to whip out that light blue seersucker pantsuit and prepare yourself for a feast of chocolate woodlawn creatures. Yum! But when Easter Sunday is over and the plastic grass has inevitably made its way from your basket to every carpet in your house, the fun doesn't stop. Since 1878, the White House grounds have been open to the public for the Easter Monday Egg Roll where the President and First Lady play host to thousands of children and rolling eggs in matching pastels. The eggs and the kids aren't the only ones looking good, though.
Here are your Top Ten White House Easter Fashions:
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